32 years ago today, Keith Hernandez allegedly spit on Kramer and Newman. The story is told in a classic season 3 “Seinfeld” episode, titled “The Boyfriend.”
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, Major League Baseball has partnered with the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum for a special tribute coming to a ballpark near you this summer. Combining two of America’s great passions, baseball and space travel, select stadiums will play host to more than just baseball […]
Bryce Harper returned to D.C. to a loud chorus of boos. He responded by crushing a home run and giving us the first truly great bat flip of 2019.
In honor of the Pirates Home Opener, a triple play of baseball songs.
After producing two playoff teams last season, the AL West is back with a World Series favorite and a few teams looking to surprise. Oakland came out of nowhere last season to capture a Wild Card spot as the Astros once again won the division crown and returned to the ALCS. Houston enters 2019 as […]
The NL West was provided a bit of a shake up this offseason with Manny Machado heading to the San Diego Padres in free agency. This was a clear signal the Padres are serious about winning and will be a team on the rise starting now, but will it be enough to make the playoffs, […]
The NL East looks a lot different than it did a year ago. Bryce Harper switched teams as the Phillies went all in, but does that make them the favorite to win the division?
The AL East has the reigning World Series champs, but can they do it again? Or will the Yankees top their biggest rival for the division crown in 2019?
On Thursday afternoon, Bryce Harper finally signed with a team; the right fielder and his glorious hair will be headed to Philadelphia. Harper’s deal is for 13-years and $330 million. It’s the largest free agent signing and largest contract in sports history, surpassing Manny Machado’s 10-year, $300 million contract with the Padres, which Machado signed […]
We are still a few weeks away from Major League pitchers and catchers reporting to their respective spring training sites but that does not mean baseball is completely dormant during these long winter months. Head south into the Caribbean and you can find baseball being played regularly thanks to the tropical climate. One of the […]